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Independence in the Modern World

Molly Pollock takes a look over the first paper on Building a New Scotland launched this week and selects some pertinent parts...

Trust to probe BBC Scotland over Creighton EU ‘News Blackout’ claims

  By a Newsnet reporter  BBC Scotland chiefs are to be investigated by the corporation's Trust following complaints that the broadcaster imposed a news...

Pressure builds on BBC to publish ‘tax-avoidance’ emails

  By Martin Kelly  The BBC Trust is coming under pressure to reveal the contents of emails that could show that the corporation knowingly...

Boost for Scottish Government as Lord Advocate vindicates EU legal advice...

  By a Newsnet reporter The Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland, Scotland's senior law officer, has backed the Scottish Government over the issue of legal...

BBC will suffer “lasting damage” over Savile scandal claims poll

  By G.A.Ponsonby  The BBC’s reputation has been badly damaged by the shocking revelations surrounding the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal, according to a...

Setback for No campaign as poll shows Scots overwhelmingly reject Tory...

By a Newsnet reporter  The strength of feeling amongst Scots unhappy with a Conservative led UK Government has been revealed following a poll which...

Trust clips wings of BBC Scotland over referendum language bias

By G.A.Ponsonby  BBC Scotland reporters who use pejorative terms to describe independence face being carpeted after the corporation was forced to introduce guidelines on...

Older people lose faith in politicians and newspapers over the referendum

By a Newsnet reporter  Ahead of the upcoming campaign on Scottish independence a recent opinion poll commissioned by Age Scotland shows that older people...

So, think you can trust BBC Scotland – well read on...

A Newsnet Scotland editorial The constitutional debate is off and running in earnest.  London and Edinburgh are currently locking horns as the...